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Today I am bringing you a project made from reclaimed wood--most of it from pallets. My regular readers won't be surprised--I adore reclaimed, salvaged, junky wood.
I started by picking some pallet boards and painting them. I usually use a scrappy chip brush (this is on its last leg). I use one brush for all colors except red, not cleaning it in between.
I do not sand the wood before painting. If it is really rough, I use more paint as more will come off when I sand.
Some wooden spools added to the bottom make perfect junky hooks.
a bowl with napkins, salt and pepper.
I love planting in these tiny, mudy rainboots!
I can imagine so many more uses for this piece--in a craft room, a kid's room, in a mudroom, on a porch...
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